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4 bed detached house

Bucklebury Common

Newbury 6 miles ● Pangbourne 7 miles ● M4 (junc 12) 6 miles ● Thatcham train station 4 miles - fast trains to London Paddington (50 minute journey time) (all mileages/distance are approximate) Main House 2,398 sq ft / 223 m² Outbuildings 2,689 sq ft / 247 m² Gardens & Grounds extending to 1.2 acres / 0.49 hectares. (all measurements are approximate) A splendid modern 4 bedroom country house of character, together with potential for the construction of a separate dwelling subject to planning permission. Enjoying a wonderful location surrounded by the famous Bucklebury Common, renowned for its sleepy rural beauty. The pretty gardens create the perfect setting for this attractive house which was originally constructed in the 1930s and completely refitted and part-reconstructed 6 years ago. The property is within easy walking distance of a great pub; The Bladebone which won gastropub of the year in 2017, and The Blackbird café. Carbins Wood is set far back from the road, with the access road passing through Bucklebury Common. The property is in first class order throughout, and offers unusually spacious family accommodation with a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room with a spectacular oak picture window overlooking the rear gardens. This kitchen/breakfast room forms part of an unusually large living room area which also includes a dining room, and there are large sliding doors giving access to the rear terrace and views over the rear gardens. The reception hall is large with a side door giving direct access to the gardens and heated pool area. There is a shower room and cloakroom within the hall, both having easy access to the pool area. A pair of large timber constructed buildings are currently used as a machinery store, and offices, and the rear of building 1 was used as a games room. Building 2, the machinery store, has a vehicular access, which might allow secondary garaging. These buildings have power, water, cloakrooms, and central heating & hot water supplied buy their own oil-fired boiler. Both buildings could have numerous usages, storage of vintage cars, offices, ancillary accommodation to the main house and there is the possibility that there might be a building plot for a separate dwelling as this area has a separate vehicular and pedestrian access, subject to local authority planning permission. Special features: Spectacular kitchen/breakfast room The kitchen/breakfast room has an oak framed picture window and is fitted with a wine cooler, pot drawers, American style Samsung fridge freezer with ice and cold water dispenser, fitted Bosch microwave oven, double Bosch double oven, AEG 5 ring ceramic hob, extractor over, Bosch dishwasher. Worksurfaces are in white quartz and there is a curved breakfast bar Pretty sitting room with high ceiling, a pair of French doors give access to the gardens, and original 1930s fireplace to one end with tiled mantle, currently not in use All the bedrooms are doubles, with bedroom 1 having a dressing area and ensuite shower room All the windows have been replaced with primary double glazing All bathrooms/cloakrooms have been refitted to a high specification 6 years ago Utility room is well fitted with fitted Bosch washing machine, Lamona tumble dryer and water softener Pretty brick laid and paved summer dining area to the rear of the property Adjacent footpaths to the property which give access through the woods to the Bladebone pub, restaurant and Blackbird Café Summary of accommodation: Reception hall, study, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room with living room & dining room area, utility room, cloakroom, shower room with immediate access to the heated pool area, 4 double bedrooms, dressing room and ensuite shower room to bedroom 1, family bathroom, detached garage, summer house, 2 large timber constructed buildings, currently used as machinery store and offices. Gardens and grounds: Pretty, mature gardens, bounded by woodland. Gardens to the right of the property have a secure pool area with stone paving surround, BBQ area and summer house. The informal gardens to the rear are planted with all manner of trees and shrubs, well maintained lawns. There is a greenhouse within a productive vegetable garden and an area for chickens. The gardens are bounded by woodland. Brick laid forecourt with wide remote-controlled timber gates with separate pedestrian side access. Detached garage, 2 large timber constructed outbuildings, number of other outbuildings including pool equipment store with oil fired boiler supplying heating to the pool, kennels. Gardens & Grounds extending to 1.2 acres / 0.49 hectares approximately. Local facilities: This area is known for fine restaurants and period pubs and just down The Avenue is the Gastro Pub of the Year 2017; The Bladebone, with its excellent restaurant. There is a lovely tearoom; The Blackbird Café, serving a fine range of cakes and snacks. At Upper Bucklebury there is a general store with Post Office and a village run Post Office and general store at Southend Bradfield, both within a few minutes' drive. Stanford Dingley is a short distance by car with its famous 16th century pubs, The Old Boot Inn and The Bull Inn. There is a health centre 2 minutes away in Chapel Row. The property is positioned with extremely convenient road links to the M4 and A4. Heathrow airport is an hour's drive. There are train stations within easy reach at Thatcham and Pangbourne giving good commuter access to Reading and London Paddington. It is a short drive to Newbury with its excellent shopping centre, leisure facilities and the well-known Newbury Racecourse. Yattendon village is just a couple of miles away with the famous country house hotel and restaurant; The Royal Oak. For extra shopping and amenities, Pangbourne village is 15 minutes' drive and has a fabulous selection of award-winning specialist shops, restaurants, riverside pubs, a health centre, dentists, hairdressers. Bradfield College has a fabulous sports complex open to public membership, with a fine indoor pool, indoor tennis courts, squash, gym and fitness centre and 9-hole golf course. Schools: Excellent schools abound within easy driving distance to include; Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, Downe House, St Andrew's Preparatory School, Cranford House, Moulsford Preparatory School for Boys, The Oratory School, Brockhurst & Marlston House Preparatory School & Elstree Preparatory School. There is a C of E primary school at both Upper Bucklebury and Bradfield. Directions: From Bradfield Southend, head onto the Avenue of Oaks, passing the Bladebone pub on your left, proceed along the road, passing on your left a wide opening on your left into a car parking area, just after this on the left turn into a gravel track marked with posts painted green on the top, proceed to the end of this gravel track, staying on the left and turn right at the end and the main entrance to Carbins Wood will be found on the left hand side. Post Code: RG7 6QB Tenure: Freehold Services: Main House: oil fired central heating and hot water, mains electricity, water, septic tank, water softener Outbuildings; mains electricity, water, central heating Heated pool; oil fired boiler EPC Rating: D Local Authority & Council Tax Band: West Berkshire, G Viewing by arrangement with vendor's agent, Dudley Singleton & Daughter, No. 1 Station Road, Pangbourne, Berkshire, RG8 7AN. Tel: 0118 984 2662 Email: info@singletonanddaughter.co.uk Websites: www.singletonanddaughter.co.uk, www.rightmove.co.uk, www.mayfairoffice.co.uk, www.onthemarket.com, www.countrylife.co.uk London Office: Cashel House, 15 Thayer Street, London, W1U 3JT. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Dudley Singleton & Daughter for themselves and for the vendors of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that: 1. The particulars are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers, and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of individual items. We relied upon our own brief inspection and information supplied to us by the vendors. (i) The description, including photographs of the property and its contents, are intended to be a guide only rather than a detailed and accurate report and inventory. (ii) Floor plans, measurements, areas and distances are intended to be approximately only. (iii) Prospective purchasers are strongly advised to check measurements. The position of bathroom fittings as shown on the plan is indicative only – sizes, shapes and the exact locations may differ. Wall thicknesses, together with window and door sizes are approximate only and window and door openings are shown without frame details. (iv) Photographs are not necessarily comprehensive or current and no assumption should be made that any contents shown in them are included in the sale. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permission for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith, and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them: 3. No person in the employment of Dudley Singleton & Daughter has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property or these particulars, nor to enter into any contract relating to the property on behalf of the Vendor. 4. No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by intending purchasers in inspecting properties which have been sold, let or withdrawn. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS: The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or surveyor. Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

4 bed detached house

Padworth Lane, Lower Padworth Reading RG7

listed on 2019-06-14  Strutt and Parker   

Beautiful Grade II listed family house, in idyllic location within five acres overlooking parkland Fishermans Lodge is an impressive and attractive Grade II listed house which originally dates from the 17th Century, with later additions made during the 18th and 20th Centuries. It is of rendered brick construction and has many beautiful period architectural features including a battlemented gable end, exposed timbers, sunken quatrefoil panels, and 'Gothick' doorcase to name a few - all of which give the property enormous character. The house was featured by Niklaus Pevsner in his book 'The Buildings of England: Berkshire' (1966) and was originally the lodge house to Padworth House and extended to accommodate lunch parties which came to fish on the estate. The impressive double vaulted drawing room was built specifically for this purpose. There are five reception rooms including the aforementioned drawing room and including sitting room, 24ft dining room, study and sun room. The kitchen/ breakfast room has timber beams overhead, and is fitted with traditional farmhouse style wooden units to base and eye level, along with a range cooker. The sun room adjoins the kitchen and has a south-west facing aspect while French doors open from the breakfast room onto the terrace and swimming pool. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, including the master with its dual aspect, fitted storage and en suite bathroom. The two other double bedrooms are en suite – one with a bathroom and the other with a wet room, whilst there is also a single bedroom and a family bathroom. This property has 5.72 acres of land. Outside The property is set in substantial grounds with mature gardens which are well maintained. An impressive gravel driveway leads to the property from the road, accessible via timber gates and winding through woodland and over an ornate Grade II listed bridge. There is a large garage with space for up to two vehicles, while the property also has two further useful outbuildings. The stunning gardens surrounding the property include extensive level lawns, meadow areas, attractive box hedging and other well-tended shrubs, flowerbeds and hedgerows, a large south-facing terrace and a splendid heated swimming pool. Situation Fishermans Lodge is set in a rural location, in the hamlet of Lower Padworth, just outside the village of Aldermaston Wharf. The village has several amenities, including a pub and café. Nearby, Aldermaston provides further amenities, including a local shop and a primary school. There are a number of excellent private schools in the area include the Downe House, Pangbourne College, Elstree and The Oratory Newbury, Reading and Basingstoke are equidistant from the property, while there is good access to the M4 (junction 12), and the mainline station at Aldermaston Wharf and at Theale; both of which provide very regular services to Reading and London Paddington throughout the day. Theale provides a direct service. Directions From Pangbourne, turn left at the roundabout onto the A340/Tidmarsh Lane and continue for three and a half miles. Arriving at a roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A4/Bath Road, and after two and three quarter miles, turn left onto Padworth Lane. Proceed along Padworth Lane passing over three bridges and the entrance to the property will be found on the right-hand side. Share Other features Beautiful Grade II listed house Stunning position Parkland setting In all about 5.27 acres Long tree lined drive Heated swimming pool Gallery 1/15 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/2 1/2 Map View Street View

2 bed house

Church Cottage, Bradfield, RG7 6BT

listed on 2020-05-14  Warmingham Ltd   

Features An Exquisite Period Family Residence Of Striking Architectural Design With Cultivated Outbuildings Extending To Approximately 2,098 Sq Ft In Total Quintessential English Village Setting Within Close Driving Distance Of Extensive Amenities, Schooling, and Mainline Railway Station To London Paddington In Well Under The Hour No Onward Chain 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 6 Reception Rooms Studio With Fireplace Garage & Oak Framed Car Port Professionally Landscaped Gardens & Grounds Built-In Jacuzzi / Hot Tub & Terrace Description Enjoying a relaxing ambience & outlook, the setting is simply delightful, and just a short hop to London. A charming 15th century cottage, affording modernised & refurbished accommodation of considerable character, blended seamlessly with more modern and contemporary notes. CHURCH COTTAGE – CHURCH ROAD BRADFIELD - BERKSHIRE Pangbourne on Thames Train Station (London Paddington within the hour) 3 miles Reading 8 miles    M4 (J 12) 4 miles Henley on Thames 16 miles Newbury 10 miles (Distances and times approximate) Enjoying a relaxing ambience and outlook, the setting is simply delightful, being idyllically located in a most desirable location within this quintessential English village, adjacent to the village church on a quiet no through lane which flanks The River Pang on the far side, privately situated in delightfully mature gardens and grounds, yet just a short drive from either Theale or Pangbourne on Thames mainline railway stations, providing direct access to London Paddington within the hour.  A delightful brick & timbered cottage, originally dating from the mid 15th century, with Victorian and modern contemporary additions, affording recently modernised and thoroughly refurbished, charming accommodation of considerable character, with a wealth of historic architectural features blended seamlessly with more modern and contemporary notes, together with a central courtyard with studio / office outbuilding, garage and store, Oak framed car port, and a dry part open cellar. Careful planning and attention has been provided to combine modern open plan living with that of a rather more traditional nature also, whilst embracing the delightful mature gardens and grounds and encapsulating an al fresco lifestyle, providing for an exquisite family home. • An Exquisite Period Family Residence Of Striking Architectural Design With Cultivated Outbuildings Extending To Approximately 2,098 Sq Ft In Total • Quintessential English Village Setting Within Close Driving Distance Of Extensive Amenities, Schooling, and Mainline Railway Station To London Paddington In Well Under The Hour • Beamed Entrance Hall • Family Bathroom • Beamed Sitting Room With Inglenook Fireplace • Beamed Study • Snug With Fireplace & Log Burner • Part Glazed & Vaulted Dining / Family Room • Kitchen / Breakfast Room With Aga Range Cooker • Utility Room • Rear Glazed Entrance Hall • Dry Part Open Cellar  • 1st Beamed & Part Vaulted Landing • Beamed & Vaulted Bedroom With Fireplace • 2nd Beamed & Vaulted Bedroom • 2nd Landing • Master Bedroom • 2nd Bedroom • Family Bathroom • Office / Studio • Garage • Store • Additional Separate Parking Off Lane With Oak Framed Car Port • In All Approximately 2,098 Sq Ft Internally • Professionally Landscaped Gardens & Grounds • Outside Timber Bar • Built-In Jacuzzi / Hot Tub & Terrace • Gardeners Shed SITUATION The village of Bradfield, originally Broad Field with church, mill and manorial Bradfield Place (now incorporated into the College), stands around the Pang chalk stream, noted for its Blue Pool a mile or so upstream where natural springs keep the sandy bottom fuming with miniature volcanoes, while a trick of light in the transparent depths produces an intense blue light. The village has seventh century associations with Abingdon Abbey and after the Norman conquest the manorship became one of the wealthiest, passing into the ownership of the De la Beches of Aldworth, hence the similarity in the fourteenth century workmanship in the nave arcades of both churches. The Parliamentary troops garrisoned in Bradfield overnight in 1644 en route to the second Battle of Newbury.  Bradfield Hall was built in 1763 for the natural son of George II whose successor presented the Parish with four Almshouses in 1811, the occasion marked by an inscription. The Manor eventually came into the possession of Henry Stevens whose great grandson Thomas in 1842 was to change things irrevocably. This remarkable man dominated the local scene for the next fifty years after becoming the squarson, virtually rebuilding the fourteenth century church and opening a school in Bradfield Place itself. The school grew in importance with buildings being added including a Greek theatre and has now become the famous Bradfield College known today, which comprises almost the whole of the central part of the village. It was at this time also, when the Parish was increasing in size, importance and prosperity, that Bradfield Southend became established just one mile to the west on the higher ground. Bradfield College boasts an excellent sports and leisure centre with swimming pool and tennis complex amongst the many sports activities. Additionally, a professionally designed 9 hole golf course has been created. Members of the public are able to use these facilities by subscription. In Bradfield Southend there is a village shop and Post Office as well as the Queens Public House. In addition to having well revered and outstanding local state primary and secondary schooling, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of private schooling, of particular note; Bradfield College, which is adjacent to the property, Cranford House School, The Oratory Preparatory School, Moulsford Preparatory School, St Andrews Preparatory School, The Oratory School, Pangbourne College, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Queen Anne’s School, Downe House, Rupert House School, Shiplake College, The Abbey School, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Abingdon Preparatory School, Radley College, and St Helen & St Katharine. There are excellent road communications, with the M4 an easy drive away as is the county town of Reading. Just 3 miles away at Pangbourne there is a mainline station providing commuter services up to London (Paddington) in under the hour. Church Road is a cul de sac situated in the heart of the village with the majority of the surrounding period houses and cottages belonging to Bradfield Cottage and occupied by staff.  Along the first half of the lane the River Pang runs alongside.  At the end of the lane where are situated Cray Cottage and Church Cottage, a footpath leads to the River Pang which then flows into the superb countryside of the Pang Valley now a designated Area of Conservation. N.B. Crossrail services are scheduled to be commencing from Reading which together with the electrifying of the line will significantly improve travelling times to Paddington and central City of London destinations. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Church Cottage is believed to date from 1457, listed Grade II, being a very appealing traditional period cottage with red brick and timbered elevations under a pitched clay tile half hipped roof and connected to a single storey building added in the Victorian era, with then, an architect designed two storey modern wing built in approximately 1990, which successfully blends in architecturally, creating a most stunning characterful yet contemporary home, which sits privately in its exceptionally private and mature gardens and grounds. The cottage has more recently undergone a thorough and tasteful refurbishment programme, affording modernised accommodation which is both light and airy, and details a high quality note throughout, with an abundance of character features such as wall and ceiling beams, fireplaces to both floors, one being an Inglenook, and one with a log burner, a traditional part open dry cellar, ledged and braced doors, and a combination of luxuriously tiled and carpeted floors. More contemporary features throughout, such as vaulted glazing and modern lightings and fittings, blend seamlessly throughout, duly complimenting and enhancing the cottages historic origins, whilst to the kitchen / breakfast room , the hand built kitchen incorporates an impressive fireplace feature with high mantel and into which has been fitted a 4 oven Aga range cooker, truly casting its own atmosphere for todays’ age. Attached to the cottage, but accessed externally, adjacent to the glazed rear entrance hall, which also leads down to the open cellar entrance, is the office / studio, which is simply a delight, having a timbered vaulted ceiling and open fireplace, truly a lovely place in which to work from home. Displaying impressive architectural flair and high quality fixtures and fittings throughout, Church Cottage has been successfully blended with traditional construction methods in tune with its heritage, skilfully combining more modern and contemporary open plan living with that of a rather more traditional and nature, with impressive character vaulted and beamed accommodation with large open fireplaces meeting contemporary glazed modern living head on, enhancing the historic period ambience, whilst embracing outside living to inside living, and as a consequence the property presents itself as a true ambassador of the modern age, with early viewing advised. OUTSIDE The cottage is privately situated at the end of Church Lane, adjacent to the parish church of St Andrew, with The River Pang running along the far side of the lane,  linked by the attached garage and store to another period property on the opposite side, which is also listed Grade II. The cottage adjoins the churchyard at the side and rear adding considerably to the cottage’s privacy and protection, and quintessential English period ambience. The main garden at the rear of the cottage enjoys a sheltered southerly aspect and is mainly lawned with interesting borders containing a variety of shrubs and small trees with a combination of fenced and hedged boundaries, affording a wonderfully private and mature attractive backdrop. Tucked away in the bottom of the garden, nestling behind high mature planting, is a timber gardeners shed, and private gardeners store area. Wrapping its way around the cottage on three sides, is a charming timber decked terrace, which affords a most spacious dining and entertaining area, perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining, with French double doors opening from the vaulted and glazed dining / family room to one end of the terrace, where the timber bar and jacuzzi / hot tub can be found, overlooking the main garden, and to the other enclosed courtyard end, off the rear glazed entrance hall, just adjacent to the study / studio. There is parking for the cottage for two vehicles in front of the cottage itself, in addition to the attached single garage, and also there is additional private parking  a short way along the lane just opposite the cottage, with a delightful Oak framed car port. Both private and delightfully attractive, the gardens and grounds are the subject of much care and attention, and truly offer a wonderful lifestyle, which will be evident upon viewing. GENERAL SERVICES Services: Mains water, electricity, and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating and domestic hot water from LPG gas fired boiler. Postcode: RG7 6BT Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone: 01635 42400 DIRECTIONS From our office in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street across the river bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street where at the traffic lights turn left sign posted for Pangbourne. On reaching Pangbourne continue into the village and at the mini roundabout by The Elephant, continue straight across and leave the village on the Tidmarsh Road. After going through Tidmarsh in a further mile shortly after passing over the M4 motorway take the next turning right signposted for Bradfield. In a further 1 ¾ miles on reaching Bradfield turn right at the crossroads by Bradfield College school, and then take the first left in a few hundred yards into Church Road, where the river Pang is on the right.  Church Cottage is located at the furthest end of the road, adjacent to the church. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co. DISCLAIMER The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services so cannot verify that they are in working order. If required, the client is advised to obtain verification.  These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Warmingham & Co. Whilst all due care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, no responsibility for their accuracy is accepted, nor do they form part of any offer or contract. Intending clients must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy prior to signing a contract.

4 bed detached house

Mortimer, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-01-24  Davis Tate   

NESTLED WITHIN A QUIET AND TRANQUIL SETTING. Renowned for its walks and rides, this detached family home adjacent to woodland and to be sold with no onward chain. The property in need of updating and comprises, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. To the first floor there were originally four bedrooms but this was converted and now offering double bedrooms with en-suite to master and family bathroom. EPC Rating D Features NO ONWARD CHAIN Four bedrooms converted to three Four reception rooms Third of an acre gardens Quiet and tranquil setting Potential for separate annex LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Mortimer comprises Mortimer, Mortimer Common, Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer West End and is located in West Berkshire. The area includes St John's primary and St Mary's junior schools, doctors surgery, dentist, two chemists, Budgens supermarket, bank, post office, hairdressers, churches, café, numerous pubs and recreation grounds with tennis courts for hire. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, and on the outskirts of the village is a local railway station providing links to London Paddington and Waterloo. A regular bus service runs to and from Reading town centre. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. Three double bedrooms, en-suite to master and family bathroom. OUTSIDE SPACE Situated within large and mature gardens circa 1/3 of an acre, the unique property offers a very high degree of privacy being adjacent to woodland. To the front there is a large sweeping driveway offering parking for numerous amount vehicles and leading to a double detached garage. Double iron gates then lead to an enclosed courtyard area, here we have very large barn style detached outbuilding for further garaging or with the correct planning could be an ideal annex. There is also a wooden shed summer house and greenhouse. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council. CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

5 bed detached house

Loves Wood, Mortimer Common

listed on 2020-03-31  David Cliff   

Superb Village Location SUPERB VILLAGE LOCATION - noir by David Cliff - This 5 bedroom family home sits amongst lovely gardens of circa 0.4 acre and situated on a lovely tucked away road. Offering versatile accommodation over two floors with the added benefit of a self contained annex. From the reception hall there is a study, 23ft lounge/dining room with a dual aspect, lovely refitted kitchen and utility room. There is a cloakroom and a large 36ft family room/games room to the rear with access to the gardens. Within the annex there is a sitting room and double bedroom with a large shower room and an area where a kitchen could be created if required. To the first floor the master bedroom has built in wardrobes , a walk in dressing room and en suite shower room. There are 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom complete with jacuzzi bath and separate shower cubicle. Outside to the front is a lawned garden with mature hedging and driveway parking for a good range of vehicles. To the rear is a mature garden with large paved entertaining area leading onto the lawns with mature trees and hedging to the boundaries. There is also an outside wc, shed and greenhouse. The total plot measures circa 0.4 acres. Services: Oil fired radiator central heating, mains drainage, electricity and water.

5 bed detached house

Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-02-20  Davis Tate   

SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED HOME. Located within the heart of Burghfield Common, this truly individual property is ideal for those looking for something a little different. With its large extended Orangery to the rear and full width Bi folding doors makes this a perfect place to entertain friends and family. Offering, entrance hall, cloakroom, large sitting with built concealed electric projector screen and wood burning stove, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, large utility room, gym with sauna and shower room. Door given access to originally annex now comprising, inner hall, study, family room with staircase to double bedroom with dressing room and beautiful en-suite shower room. The main house offers, master bedroom with en-suite dressing room and shower room with double doors to balcony, two further double and single bedroom and large modern family bathroom. EPC Rating D Features Individual five bedroom home Potential annex if required Large Orangery with full width Bi folds Four reception rooms Three modern bathrooms Gym, sauna, shower room and home office LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Burghfield comprises Burghfield Common and Burghfield Village and is located within West Berkshire. There is a range of schooling from playgroups to secondary education (The Willink School) and a range of facilities including Tesco Express, village stores, green grocers, pet shop, bakery, chemist, health centre, vet, churches, post office, village hall, garages, recreation grounds and leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. The area also boasts a variety of woodland walks and bridle paths and there are numerous country pubs within a few miles drive. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, A regular bus service takes you to and from Reading town centre, and there are rail links at Mortimer and Theale. ACCOMMODATION Entrance hall, cloakroom, large sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, gym with sauna and shower room, large orangery with Bi fold doors, master bedroom with double doors to balcony, dressing room and en-suite shower room, two further double and single bedroom, re fitted family bathroom. original annex currently comprises, inner hall, study, family room, stairs to double bedroom with dressing room leading to modern fitted shower room. OUTSIDE SPACE Good size mature gardens to the rear with large decking area enclosed by post and iron rail fencing, steps down to lawned gardens with further decking area housing a hot tub. Several outbuildings with enclosed chicken coup adjacent to raised pond. There is also a large home office currently used as a mancave, small enclosed veranda, double doors allowing access with alarm system. To the front there is gated access onto a drive offering enclosed parking for 4 cars comfortably, more parking can be created if required. Integral garage with roller door with internal courtesy door to utility room. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council, tax band F Mains electric, drainage and water. Air source heat pump and solar panels. CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed detached house

Stanford Dingley Reading RG7

listed on 2020-03-08  Strutt and Parker   

Under Offer A charming and historic Grade II* listed cottage, in one of the most sought after villages Dumbledore, is a unique and delightful 3 bed detached cottage, (Grade II* listed), in Stanford Dingley. Full of character and original features, the property is thought to date from 1475 and be the oldest property in the village. It is of particular historic interest as it is a rare and excellent example of a rendered Cruck timber frame house. To the ground floor there is a large sitting room with adjoining drawing room; both with open fireplaces and a useful study leading from the sitting room. The ground floor also benefits from a newly fitted shower room. Upstairs can be accessed by two staircases. The first one directly into bedroom one and the second staircase leads to a small landing which has access to bedroom two, three and the family bathroom. The family bathroom also has a jack and jill access from bedroom 1. Bedroom 3 is a single with eaves storage. Outside The property is surrounded by garden on three sides. It is approached from the popular village via a five bar gate. The cottage sits in a beautiful, mature garden offering plenty of privacy and has been well maintained and cared for by its current owners. The spacious garden is mostly laid to lawn with well planted flower beds, an orchard area and vegetable garden. Additionally, there is a detached garden room and two garages offering ample parking for several cars. Situation Stanford Dingley is a highly desirable village in West Berkshire with a Saxon church and two public houses, The Bull Inn dating back to the 15th Century and The Old Boot which dates back to the 18th Century. The charming village sits in beautiful farmland and woodland within the valley of the River Pang. The local villages of Bucklebury and Bradfield offer excellent local amenities including churches, public houses and village shops. Bradfield College is nearby and also has excellent sporting facilities available via membership, including a golf course, indoor sports complex, pool and tennis centre, whilst in Bradfield village itself there is primary school for children aged 4-11, rated 'Good' by Ofsted. There are a number of sought after preparatory schools in the area including Elstree, St Andrews and Yattendon Primary School. Reading and Newbury are 10 and 9 miles away respectively, and provide more comprehensive facilities and shopping opportunities. The area benefits from excellent commuter and travel facilities with easy access onto the M4 at junctions 12 and 13 to London and the West Country, and an excellent train service from Reading or Pangbourne to London Paddington. Directions From the centre of Pangbourne head south towards Tidmarsh on the A340. Go through Tidmarsh and continue over a bridge which spans the M4 motorway, turn right signposted Bradfield and Upper Bucklebury. Continue along this road for approximately 3 miles going through Bradfield. After a short time you will arrive at a T junction with a war memorial on your left. Turn right signed for Upper Bucklebury, and then turn right again onto Cock Lane (by the Queens Head public house). Proceed for about another 1.5 miles and Dumbledore will be found on the left handside almost opposite a road called Casey Court. Share Other features Charming historic cottage In sought after location Good sized reception rooms Large garden Benefits from two bathrooms Gallery 1/10 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

5 bed detached house

Springwood Lane, Burghfield Common

listed on 2020-03-31  David Cliff   

Woodland Outlook WOODLAND OUTLOOK - This detached 4/5 bedroom home with 3 bathrooms offers superb family accommodation and is situated towards the end of a no through road in the heart of the village and with the benefit of mature gardens backing directly onto woodland. To the ground floor the reception hall leads into the dining room which is semi open plan with the living room which is a large bright room complete with fireplace. There is access straight into the conservatory and the kitchen sits to the front with access out into the gardens. There are two double bedrooms to the ground floor, one of which is used as a home office and there is a shower room/utility. To the first floor there is a spacious and light landing. 25ft master bedroom with a whole bank of wardrobes and en suite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. This is a truly versatile home that really needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the space on offer. Outside to the front there is driveway parking as well as 3 other spaces on level ground to the front. There is a roomy garage with access to the garden. To the rear is a full width paved patio leading onto the lawned gardens which offer superb privacy along with peace and quiet. Situated in a convenient location with good access the the M4 junction 11 and 12 and in close proximity to the nearby train stations of Mortimer and Theale. Services: Gas radiator central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.

4 bed detached house

Soke Road, Silchester

listed on 2020-03-31  David Cliff   

Entertain With Style ENTERTAIN WITH STYLE - noir by david cliff - We are delighted to offer to market this superbly presented, 4 bedroom detached bungalow, situated within the most desirable village of Silchester. Offering versatile and spacious accommodation comprising entrance hall, four double bedrooms, the master bedroom has a sitting area and also an en suite shower room. There is a stunning open plan living space with vaulted ceiling providing a 23 ft living room with dining area, luxury fitted kitchen, log burning stove and double doors leading into the garden. There is a separate utility room and a refitted four piece family bathroom. Outside the property is surrounded by mature gardens with patio area and the rest mainly laid to lawn. There is also off road parking accessed via electric gates and good storage facilities with a 10ft shed and 2 brick stores. This property is a Colt House of timber construction and further information can be found at www.colthouses.co.uk Silchester, abuts the border of Hampshire and Berkshire and has a wealth of Roman history (Best known for its remains of the Roman town of Calleva Attrebatum . The village has a 12th century church, a highly esteemed primary school, village hall, popular public house and a really pleasant community spirit. There are a good range of leisure, sporting and retail facilities all found in nearby towns. Access to M3 and M4 Motorways is more than reasonable as well as a number of mainline railway stations. Therefore London can be reached within the hour and so can the Dorset coast. A lot of Berkshire and Hampshire is regularly considered to be and voted to be `Best place to live` in London newspaper publications such as the Times. Services: Mains gas, electricity, mains drainage and water. Local Authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.

4 bed detached house

Reading, RG7

listed on 2019-08-15  Davis Tate   

This family home positioned in a non estate location and offering any purchaser their own piece of village life. The property offers country walks on its front door but is still close to local amenities and commuter routes including the M4 and M3. The home offers flexible accommodation throughout. There is also potential for extension, subject to planning permission being obtained. EPC Rating E Features Countryside Walks & Village Life Four Bedrooms Including Master with Balcony Detached Family Home Potential for Extension (STP) Sought after Location Three Good Size Reception Rooms LOCAL INFORMATION Riseley is a village in the English county of Berkshire, adjacent to the border with the county of Hampshire. The village was formerly on the main A33 road between Reading (6 miles) and Basingstoke (8 miles), but is now bypassed by a newer route from just south of Riseley to the M4 motorway on the southern fringes of Reading. For local government purposes, the village is today within the civil parish of Swallowfield, which in turn is within the unitary authority of Wokingham. Before 1844, the village of Riseley was part of a detached portion, or exclave, of the county of Wiltshire, some 30 miles to the west. The Counties (Detached Parts) Act of that year resulting in its transfer to the county of Berkshire. ACCOMMODATION Entrance Hall with lots of natural light leading to all downstairs rooms. These include a duel aspect Sitting Room with Victorian style fireplace, Dining Room, Refitted John Lewis Kitchen, Study and Conservatory. On the first floor there is a Master Bedroom with built in wardrobes and double doors opening onto a lovely balcony. As well as the Master Bedroom there are a further three bedrooms and modern family Bathroom. OUTSIDE SPACE Outside to the front of the property there is mature and well maintained gardens as well as a driveway leading to the garage with electric up and over door. To the rear and side of the property there is a private and mature gardens. Mainly laid to lawn but with patio areas as well as mature planting and trees. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES Wokingham Borough Council - Band F Mains services. Oil fired radiator and central heating CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed detached house

Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-01-24  Davis Tate   

Deceptively spacious three double bedroomed detached house, pleasantly situated in a quiet cul de sac and backing onto woodland. Offering easy access to local amenities this property comprises, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, garage converted to play room/study, rear aspect kitchen and utility room. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms with en suite to master and family bathroom. Beautiful and mature gardens with gated access into the woodland, to the front there is parking for several vehicles. EPC Rating D Features Spacious three double bedroom detached home En suite to master bedroom Backing onto woodland with gated access Quiet and convenient cul de sac setting Utility and cloakroom Village amenities nearby LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Burghfield comprises Burghfield Common and Burghfield Village and is located within West Berkshire. There is a range of schooling from playgroups to secondary education (The Willink School) and a range of facilities including Tesco Express, village stores, green grocers, pet shop, bakery, chemist, health centre, vet, churches, post office, village hall, garages, recreation grounds and leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. The area also boasts a variety of woodland walks and bridle paths and there are numerous country pubs within a few miles drive. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, A regular bus service takes you to and from Reading town centre, and there are rail links at Mortimer and Theale. ACCOMMODATION Entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, family/play room, rear aspect kitchen and utility room. master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. OUTSIDE SPACE Beautifully presented garden offering a high degree of privacy and backing onto woodland with gated access. Good size patio area with flower beds and gated size access leading to front offering parking for several vehicles. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES Mains gas, electric, water, West Berkshire Council. CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed detached house

Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-01-24  Davis Tate   

An individual extended and beautifully presented three bedroom detached home, located within a small cul de sac within a few minutes walk of local amenities. Accommodation offers, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, separate dining room, re fitted kitchen. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and modern bathroom. EPC Rating D Features Extended three bedroom detached Quiet cul de sac setting Re fitted kitchen Large tandem garage Good size mature gardens NO ONWARD CHAIN LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Burghfield comprises Burghfield Common and Burghfield Village and is located within West Berkshire. There is a range of schooling from playgroups to secondary education (The Willink School) and a range of facilities including Tesco Express, village stores, green grocers, pet shop, bakery, chemist, health centre, vet, churches, post office, village hall, garages, recreation grounds and leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. The area also boasts a variety of woodland walks and bridle paths and there are numerous country pubs within a few miles drive. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4. A regular bus service takes you to and from Reading town centre, and there are rail links at Mortimer and Theale. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, re fitted kitchen, three bedrooms and modern bathroom. OUTSIDE SPACE Good size mature gardens to the rear with a good size private patio area, lawned gardens with mature flower boards with gated side access. To the front there are further lawned gardens with driveway parking leading to large tandem garage with electric up and over door and small car port. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed detached house

Burghfield Common, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-03-31  Davis Tate   

NO ONWARD CHAIN: An individual extended and beautifully presented three bedroom detached home with further potential to extend over the garage, located within a small cul de sac within a few minutes walk of local amenities. Accommodation offers, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, separate dining room, re fitted kitchen. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and modern bathroom. EPC Rating D Features Extended three bedroom detached Quiet cul de sac setting Re fitted kitchen Large tandem garage Good size mature gardens NO ONWARD CHAIN LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Burghfield comprises Burghfield Common and Burghfield Village and is located within West Berkshire. There is a range of schooling from playgroups to secondary education (The Willink School) and a range of facilities including Tesco Express, village stores, green grocers, pet shop, bakery, chemist, health centre, vet, churches, post office, village hall, garages, recreation grounds and leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. The area also boasts a variety of woodland walks and bridle paths and there are numerous country pubs within a few miles drive. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4. A regular bus service takes you to and from Reading town centre, and there are rail links at Mortimer and Theale. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, re fitted kitchen, three bedrooms and modern bathroom. OUTSIDE SPACE Good size mature gardens to the rear with a good size private patio area, lawned gardens with mature flower boards with gated side access. To the front there are further lawned gardens with driveway parking leading to large tandem garage with electric up and over door and small car port. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed semi-detached house

West End Road, Mortimer, Reading RG7

listed on 2019-11-30  Parkers Properties   

Semi Detached with Garage Three Reception Rooms Three Bedrooms Quiet Location Minor Modernisation Required Mature Gardens

3 bed house

Mortimer, Reading, RG7

listed on 2020-03-31  Davis Tate   

A wonderful opportunity to acquire this beautiful three bedroom Victorian Cottage offering large and mature gardens in excess of 300 feet backing onto acres of open fields. Situated within a stones throw of Mortimer station making this the perfect home for someone looking to commute. Accommodation offers, entrance porch, entrance hall, bathroom, sitting room, dining area, large conservatory and rear aspect kitchen EPC Rating F Features Beautiful Victorian Cottage Gardens extending over 300 ft Stones throw from Mortimer Station Three bedrooms Three reception rooms Stunning elevated views LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Mortimer comprises Mortimer, Mortimer Common, Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer West End and is located in West Berkshire. The area includes St John's primary and St Mary's junior schools, doctors surgery, dentist, two chemists, Budgens supermarket, bank, post office, hairdressers, churches, café, numerous pubs and recreation grounds with tennis courts for hire. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, and on the outskirts of the village is a local railway station providing links to London Paddington and Waterloo. A regular bus service runs to and from Reading town centre. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch, entrance hall, ground floor bathroom, sitting room with open fire, front aspect dining room, rear aspect kitchen, large conservatory overlooking mature gardens and three bedroom. To the front there is a gravel drive parking offering parking for two cars. OUTSIDE SPACE These gardens offer a high degree of privacy and is a perfect place to sit relax and watch the world go by. Paved patio leading to lawned gardens extending over 300 feet, an abundance of mature trees and hedgerow and a wonderful view of the Church steeple to the rear. CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council Band D DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

3 bed house

Mortimer, Reading, RG7

listed on 2019-08-15  Davis Tate   

A wonderful opportunity to acquire this beautiful three bedroom Victorian Cottage offering large and mature gardens in excess of 300 feet backing onto acres of open fields. Situated within a stones throw of Mortimer station making this the perfect home for someone looking to commute. Accommodation offers, entrance porch, entrance hall, bathroom, sitting room, dining area, large conservatory and rear aspect kitchen EPC Rating F Features Beautiful Victorian Cottage Gardens extending over 300 ft Stones throw from Mortimer Station Three bedrooms Three reception rooms Stunning elevated views LOCAL INFORMATION The area of Mortimer comprises Mortimer, Mortimer Common, Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer West End and is located in West Berkshire. The area includes St John's primary and St Mary's junior schools, doctors surgery, dentist, two chemists, Budgens supermarket, bank, post office, hairdressers, churches, café, numerous pubs and recreation grounds with tennis courts for hire. There is good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, and on the outskirts of the village is a local railway station providing links to London Paddington and Waterloo. A regular bus service runs to and from Reading town centre. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch, entrance hall, ground floor bathroom, sitting room with open fire, front aspect dining room, rear aspect kitchen, large conservatory overlooking mature gardens and three bedroom. To the front there is a gravel drive parking offering parking for two cars. OUTSIDE SPACE These gardens offer a high degree of privacy and is a perfect place to sit relax and watch the world go by. Paved patio leading to lawned gardens extending over 300 feet, an abundance of mature trees and hedgerow and a wonderful view of the Church steeple to the rear. CONVEYANCING Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today. LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES West Berkshire Council Band D DISCLAIMER These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested. BUYERS INFORMATION In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed. REFERRAL FEES We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.